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There are 2 ways good ways to get the vanilla into your coffee: In the sugar, presuming you use it. You can put a vanilla bean and sugar in a food processor and whiz it up, then spoon it in. It keeps for months, although the vanilla flavor and scent will diminish over time Steep the milk with vanilla. Adding vanilla bean to the milk just before steaming won'...


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This cannot be answered directly as 1) I don't know how strong your essence is, 2) how rich your almond milk is and 3) Only you know how strong a vanilla flavor you want. Instead I will suggest an approach, which is to add small amounts and mix it in, tasting as you go until you get the flavor you want. Record how much you add per unit (cup/pint/liter/etc.) ...


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I've had this question myself because I'm finally down to my last bean from a package of 4-5 I bought at Williams-Sonoma years ago. When I say years ago, I mean YEARS ago, approximately 30-35 years ago. I have used them mainly for vanilla sugar, and over time they dry out and lose their potency, but it takes years. So I just inspected the last bean I have, ...


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